15 Days   Ho Chi minh - Mekong  - Siem Reap Bicycle Tours offer for active travellers one of incredible way to experience through two fascinating countries in Southeast Asian. Start from “ Rice bowls” of Vietnam – Mekong Delta. 
It is actually rewarding trip for travellers who want to get out the crowded, interact with friendly people, admire stunning rice fields and pristine scenic beauty. 
trip will start from  Hochiminh City ( Sai Gon) , We set our way to My Tho  - The gateway of Mekong delta and Vinh Long – the home of Coconut tree and its productions. Experience boat trip through rustic villages to understand their daily life. Then transfer to Can Tho – The western Capital of  Mekong Delta. Can Tho is one of the fifth big cities of Vietnam. It has been well known  as the capital of cat fish, Rice and other agriculture products.
Cai Rang Floating Market is unique public activities. Opening in early morning everyday, Cai Rang Floating Market boast the best scenery and atmosphere for travellers. Joining in this market, you will experience the diversity of productions, cultural activities. 
We kick off our pedal  on paved road and beaten paths through stunning rice paddy and rustic villages, vibrant floating Market to   lush scenic beauty of Cambodia. Cycling through “ Killing Field” to learn about the Dark chapter of Cambodia history. 

Our cycling trip continue on single track  and shaddy giant trees through Mother of all temples, Angkor Wat. Believed to be the world’s largest religious building, this temple is the perfect fusion of symbolism and symmetry and a source of pride and strength to all Khmers. Built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II, this is the most famous temple at Angkor. As we tour, we will begin unraveling the mysteries of the bas-reliefs that tell of tales from Hindu mythology and the Khmer empire. Stretching for almost one kilometre, this intricate carv¬ing is a candidate for the world’s longest unbroken piece of art. 
We then continue to the upper levels of the inner sanctuary. The final steps to the upper terrace of Ang¬kor are quite steep, where pilgrims would stoop on their pilgrimage to encounter the Gods. Finally we see the pin¬nacle, the sacred heart of Angkor Wat. Then, late morning, we continue on to visit Angkor Thom, an immense walled city that was the masterpiece of King Jayavarman VII. We begin our visit at the Terrace of the Leper King. We con¬tinue along the Terrace of Elephants, originally used as a viewing gallery for the king to preside over parades, perfor¬mances and traditional sports. At the southern end lies the Baphuon, once of the most beautiful temples at Angkor, dating back to the 11th century. Our climax is the enigmatic and enchanting temple of the Bayon. Its 54 towers are each topped off with the four faces of Avalokiteshvara (Buddha of Compassion). 

Tour indetail:
Day 1: Hochiminh Arrival

Welcome to Vietnam. Arriving at Tan San Nhat International Airport, Snail Adventure Tour’s  guide and driver will greet and pick you up to the hotel at the heart of Ho Chi Minh City . Ho Chi Minh City or fomer  Saigon  with nickname “the pearl of Far East” . Saigon, the largest and busiest of Vietnam’s cities is surely one of the most evocative place names in Asia. The most Western in atmosphere of Vietnam’s cities, Ho Chi Minh City. It is a city of amazing contrasts: elegant new international hotels, exclusive restaurants and trendy bars side-by-side with roadside noodle stalls, street children and vociferous cyclo drivers. Golf courses, bowling alleys and shopping malls vie for space with markets, pagodas and karaoke rooms. Bustling, booming, crowded, noisy – all words that  barely scratch the surface of the addictive and often mesmerising chaos that is Saigon. And yet there are the elegant colonial French boulevards and buildings, the Cathedral, the riverfront, the quiet moments at a sidewalk cafe watching the world literally go by you at breakneck speed.  Arriving in hotel, do check in and have relax by your own. If the time permits, we will spend half day city to visit some highlights of Ho Chi Minh city such as War Remnants Museum,  Sai Gon Central Post office, Independence Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral and Ben Thanh Market,, return to hotel for regroup and briefing itinerary before going out for dinner.
Activities:Picking up and transfering to Hotel
Accommodation:The Northern Hotel****
Meals: D
Cycling distance: No/ Transferring

Day 2: Hochiminh - Cu Chi tunnel

Leaving the hustling and bustling city behind, we set off our way to Cu Chi Tunnel. After one hour transfer, we arrival of Cycling point, where our bikes will be available for your trip.. Cycle on single track trails through a village where farmers of Cu Chi doing their daily life such as, making bamboo baskets, bamboo furniture, and collecting rubber latex. You will also see big rural family rice-paper workshops. This land was not only the hidden area but also fighting and living area of Viet Cong during the Vietnam War from 1965 to 1975. Have a picnic lunch after visiting the tunnel, then transfer back Hochiminh . overnight in Hochiminh city
Activities: Transferring and cycling to Cu Chi Tunnel
Accommodation:The Northern Hotel****
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 45 Km

Day 3: Hochiminh - Cai Be - Vinh Long & Can Tho – Cruising & Cycling

Having hearty beakfast in hotel, enjoy over one hour transfer to Cai Be where is  a bustling river market and here you will enjoy a cruise along the Mekong Delta and visit the colourful floating market as well as visiting nearby Dong Phu Island. Here you will explore the shady surroundings as you spin through orchards and witness the daily life of the farmers. After leaving the island you head to Vinh Long and then continue cycling through the heart of the Mekong Delta crossing countless canals and rivers that irrigate this vivid, arable landscape. After a few ferry crossings, always a good opportunity to interact with the friendly locals, you arrive in Can Tho, the unofficial capital of the Mekong Delta. It is a friendly lively city with rice husking mills being a major source of employment.
Activities: Transferring and Cycling
Accommodation:Van Phat Riverside Hotel****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 45 – 80 Km

Day 4: Cruising & Cycling Can Tho -  Long Xuyen

Start early to capture vibrant atmosphere of out door activities in Hau River- Cai Rang floating market, one of the biggest in Vietnam, here you will witness a mass of wooden boats of all sizes converging to sell their wares. Your small boat allows you to weave in-between these waterborne traders getting up close and personal, great for photo opportunities and buying some produce yourself! Afterwards it is back on the bicycles as you pedal amongst vivid greens and friendly faces. You are now heading deeper into the delta and the roads narrow and the traffic becomes lighter. Absorb the sights as you cycle past endless cottage industries, timber merchants, coconut shredders, small docks loading/unloading rice, and tiny vibrant markets. In the afternoon you enjoy a gentle coast through one of the most scenic parts of the delta as you follow the Mekong through traditional villages and past  fish farms, over small bridges, a more rural feel… arrival Long xuyen. Over night in Long Xuyen. 
Activities:Cycling, Boat Trip  and Transferring
Accommodation: Hoa Binh I Hotel***
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 45 – 90 Km

Day 5: Cruising & Cycling from Long Xuyen – Chau Doc

Today the scenery is completely contrast with last day. After taking short transfer to Tri Ton, we commene riding on  gently undulate and mountains begin to loom as you ride closer and closer to Chau Doc. The presence of Thot not trees indicates the growing proximity to Cambodia and the local people speak Vietnamese as their second language. This afternoon you will cycle to the killing fields of Vietnam at Ba Chuc, where Polpot’s regime massacred over 3,000 Vietnamese in 1978. The route loops round to Chau Doc from Ba Chuc along the border, or re-track back to Tri Ton (depending on road conditions) and ride the rest of the way to Chau Doc along incredible country roads. Those with energy to spare can climb Sam Mountain for sunset (if the time and the weather is available)!  Have dinner and stay overnight in Chau Doc.
Activities: Cycling and Transferring
Accommodation: Chau Pho Hotel/ Chau Doc Victoria Hotel***
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 50 – 78 Km

Day 6: Cruising & Cycling from Chau Doc to Ha Tien

Today is another beautiful day in our trip while we join early start as you board a boat and explore the amazing riverside market with all its bustling activity and smorgasbord of sounds, colours, and smells. The boat continues through fish farm villages where tons and tons of fish are bred in cages beneath floating homes, to an ethnic Cham village with its famous Mubarak Mosque. Here you will also witness women weaving using traditional methods. You then cycle along a pleasant road, passing vibrant green rice fields, crossing many bridges, seeing towering limestone formations in the distance. There is plenty along the way to see, from the contrasting architectural styles of ethnic Khmer homes, to the numerous colourful Khmer pagodas now you are getting closer to Cambodia. By the late afternoon you arrive in Ha Tien which has a forgotten feel but still retains a certain charm with its shuttered terraces, crumbling colonial buildings and mats of seafood drying in the sun… 
Activities: Cycling, Boat Trip
Accommodation: Ha Tien Riverside****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 45 – 80 Km

Day 7: Farewell Vietnam, Hello Cambodia

This morning you bid farewell to Vietnam as you cycle the short distance to the border crossing with Cambodia. Your introduction to Cambodia will be cycling along quiet coastal dirt roads passing through salt flats and small villages. Your first port of call will be the coastal resort of  Kep which is now undergoing a revival after years of neglect. You will have lunch here and perhaps try the tasty seafood the area is renown for. After lunch you spin the final 35km to Kampot. The town has an undeniable charm, being a sleepy, quaint place with a relaxed ambience and friendly locals, the streets are quiet and there is a lot of French colonial and Chinese influenced architecture still surviving, and it all that wasn’t enough there is a wonderful riverfront where you will experience possibly the most beautiful sunset in Cambodia as the sun slips down behind the nearby mountains
Activities: Cycling, Immigration formalities, 
Accommodation: Coral Bay Resort****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 72 Km

Day 8: Cycle Kampot to Takeo 

After hearty breakfast in resort, we kick off our bike to cycle through some inspiring limestone karst scenery, picturesque villages including some ethnic Cham settlements, and endless rice fields. Takeo does not have a lot to boast about being a small provincial capital made up of many local government department buildings. However, around the market area there are some old colonial villas in differing states, and the waterfront promenade makes for a pleasant late afternoon sunset stroll. A real taste of small-town Cambodia well off the tourist trail! 
Activities: Cycling  from Hotel - hotel
Accommodation: Alice Villa****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 45 – 80 Km

Day 9: Cycle Takeo to Phnom Penh

start early in the morning to capture pristine nature. As you leave Takeo you spin north passing through more endless rice paddies. After some time you turn off the main road to visit Tonle Bati, a riverside location where you have time to explore the small, yet picturesque Angkorian temples of Ta Prohm and Yeay Peau. You will then avoid the ‘main’ road as much as possible and upon reaching the outskirts of Phnom Penh you will stop-off at the 'Killing Fields'. This is where Khmer Rouge prisoners were forcibly marched from the Toul Sleng prison in the city centre and then executed; it is now a memorial site located in a beautiful tranquil setting. After some contemplation you can either negotiate the rush-hour traffic into the heart of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital city, or opt for taking the support vehicle. 
Activities:Cycling and Transferring
Accommodation:Frangipany Royal Palace****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 45 – 90 km

Day 10: Phnom Penh City Cyclo Tour

On your first morning in charming Phnom Penh you will may be pleased to discover that today it is someone else’s turn to do the pedalling as you are treated to a fun cyclo tour, a traditional mode of transport. Your first stop will be the terracotta red National Museum which offers a charming setting for a comprehensive collection of Khmer artefacts. After this you will visit the nearby Royal Palace, on the banks of the mighty Mekong river. Inside the Palace walls you will be treated to the Throne Hall, the Chan Chaya Pavilion, and the King’s residential quarters. You will then move onto the neighbouring Silver Pagoda, so named as it is claimed its floor is made up of over 4,000 silver tiles! After lunch it is back in the cyclos as you are pedalled through the streets of Phnom Penh to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (also known as S21), ironically a former school, located in a quiet Phnom Penh suburb, this was the infamous Khmer Rouge prison / torture centre. You will then visit the Russian  Market an excellent place for picking up souvenirs. 
Activities:Transferring and visiting Phnom Penh landmarks
Accommodation: Prangipany Royal Palace****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: No

Day 11: Phnom Penh to Kompong Cham

This morning you leave the busy streets of Phnom Penh and after 40km turn off the main road and enjoy a shady ride following the course of the Mekong River along a mostly unpaved, and at times bumpy road toward the town of Kompong Cham. Foreigners are rare through these parts so expect a few surprised faces as you cycle through the many traditional villages where you will witness people busy with their everyday lives: cooking, cleaning, playing, leading the cows to the river, cycling school kids, pagodas & monks, and the sun-drying of bright red chillies, pepper, rice, and fish by the side of the road, and of course the river life on the mighty Mekong which keeps coming and going from view. There are plenty of cool, shady, scenic spots for rest breaks where the curious locals are sure to want to say ‘Hello’. Kompong Cham retains a number of French influenced buildings and trader shop fronts - while often badly dilapidated they retain an austere grace so totally lacking from the more modern concoctions that invariably flank them. Given its small size its easy to explore by foot, which you are 
Activities: Transferring and Cycling
Accommodation: LBN Asian Hotel****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance:  79 Km

Day 12: Kompong Cham, Beng Mealea & Siem Reap

An early start this morning as you leave Kompong Cham and soon turn off the main highway and follow a road which gradually climbs and passes through shady rubber plantations. After 75km you reach the small town of Prey Thom Tratrav and rejoin the main highway. From here you will travel in the support vehicle for the 150km drive to the market town of Dom Dek. From here you will re-mount your bikes and cycle the 30km to the temple remains of Beng Mealea, a truly atmospheric experience. Only recently re-discovered the temple has been consumed by the voracious appetite of nature and is largely overrun by vegetation, the trees that have forced their way through the stone towers and galleries make it a shady and cool place to relax.  As you explore you feel like a true adventurer! Afterwards you drive to Siem Reap and check-in to your hotel .
Activities: Cycling and Transferring
Accommodation: Angkor Holiday Hotel****
Meals: B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 45 – 90 Km

Day 13: Exploring the Magnificent Angkor Temples by Bike

This morning you begin your cycle exploration of the incredible Angkor temples. Today focusing on the Small Circuit which features temple greats such as: the pyramid of Takeo, the jungle-clad Ta Prohm made famous by the Hollywood blockbuster ‘Tomb Raider’; Sras Srang known as the King's bathing pond; and the impressive Royal City of Angkor Thom, where you will find the Bayon, a temple famed for its many gigantic carved faces smiling beguilingly down at you. You will also visit other important sites in this immense walled city. After lunch it is time to take on the majestic Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious building. After being initially inspired by its overall size you will explore in more detail, getting up close and personal to fully appreciate its architecture and intricately detailed bas-reliefs. After returning to the hotel you are free at leisure to experience Siem Reap’s nightlife which includes many fine restaurants and lively bars. 
Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
Accommodation: Angkor Holiday Hotel****
Meals:B/L/ D    
Cycling distance: 45 Km

Day 14: Cycling to Beautiful Banteay Srei Temple

Today you pedal north towards Banteay Srei. This cycle ride is a real delight as you pass through pleasant Cambodian countryside and its friendly villagers. On route we will stop off at a couple of villages to get a closer look at the wooden stilted homes and every day life. One thing you will notice for sure is large black pots in people’s gardens containing a thick light brown bubbling mixture - this area is famed for its sugar palm tree sweets, sure to give any cyclist a much needed energy boost! On arrival at Banteay Srei you will be struck by its delicate beauty. It is an elaborately decorated temple, embellished with floral motifs and scenes from the Ramayana, all carved from pink sands tone. It is said the carvings must have been done by women as the detail is too fine for the hands of a man. You will have lunch at a local restaurant, after which you cycle back towards Siem Reap, and depending on the time explore some of the temples on the Grand Circuit such as: Preah Khan or ‘Sacred Sword’, one of the largest temples at Angkor; Neak Pean surrounded by fountains and ponds; and Banteay Kdei. This evening you will enjoy dinner and a mesmerising Apsara dance performance. 
Activities: Cycling to visit Angkor complex
Accommodation:Angkor Holiday Hotel****
Meals:B/L/ D
Cycling distance: 45 – 80 Km

Day 15: Siem Reap – Departure on wards

Have breakfast in hotel, relax by yourself until depature time. Our driver and guide will escort you to international   Airport to catch the flight onwards, our services is finished.
Activities: Transferring
Accommodation: Onward
Meals: B
Cycling distance: No

Note: Hotels  are subject to change due to availability. In that case we will choose equivalent  rooms
Meals: if you have any specific food requirements ( vegetarian, vegan, food allergies) please inform us in advance so that we can provide notice to our restaurant, tour guide, our partners so that they can server you better. If you are a food lover, Snail Adventure tours can be your culinary guide and provide you opportunity to savor tempting local food and world famous – dishes.

Tour included in:

English speaking cycling guide ( other languages upon requests)
Accommodations are based on double/ twin occupancy
Meals details in itineraries ( 14 breakfast, 14 lunches, 14 dinners)
A/C transfer/ and transportation
Van or bus supported during the cycling times.
Truck supported for the group size from 6 and above.
Trek mountain bikes – 4300  with dist brake and  helmets
Boat trip in Cai Rang Floating Market and  Chau Doc Floating Market
Sightseeing excursions as outlined itineraries
Bike tour pump, bike tools, spares tubes, spare bikes
First aid kit
Cold water box, small fresh towel.
Mineral water for drinking
Fruit and snack for cycling days

Tour excluded in:

International airfare
Travel insurance
Items of personal nature
Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks in meals
Mineral water beyond that supplied
Optional excursions
Additional transport required due to any emergency situation
Personal expenses such as telephone, laundry bills.
Visa fee in Vietnam and Combodia
Departure  tax
Tip for team and guide

Creating Unique Touring Experiences:
All the touring itineraries on this website have been carefully crafted by our in-country management teams and represent a series of experiences we can certainly recommend. However, we understand that every travel experience should be as unique and individual as each traveler. Our consultants are waiting to hear from you so that we can tailor or custom design a Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar tour to your individual specifications.


Price of The trip  & rate:
Cost are based in USD $ and coverted to Vietnamese Dong ( VND). Therefore all costs are subject to currency fluctuations. If you wish to avoid any currency surchages  should there be a change in the exchange rate, you can pay for your trip inadvance of the balance date. Please ask our reservation staff to issue an invoice for your final payment.. Please note invoice are valid for two days then rewiewed. According to exchange rates. Child rate are available.
Tour price and exchange rate are based on tour cost and exchange rate at 2024 and are subject to change. Costs shown are in American Dollar. ( USD) unless otherwise countries in Euro . we have made every effort to ensure  itinerary documents  accuracy at the time of going to print. However, Our company can not be held any responsible for typographical errors or errors arising from unforseen circumstance.

Health and Fittness
Booking are accepted  on the undestanding that all persons travelling are normally in good  health and physically equal to the demands of the chosen trip
Reservations  are accepted  on the standing that. Whilst each hotel is usually one of the most comfortable available, limitations are imposed by the itinerary to make it inevitable that sometimes the standard of accommodation may vary from place to place. Single room are generally booked for privacy than comfort and are of limited availability

Insurance, Passport, Visa, Health Requirements: 
You are responsible to ensure that
You are in possession of a valid passport. It is your responsibility to obtain the necessary visas for entry to the countries you are visiting should they be required:
Adequate insurance to cover personal accident, cancellation, medical ans associated expense. Luggage, money and liability cover is a pre – requisite for the holiday



Booking Conditions:

Deposit and ballance payment
A non –refundable deposit of 30% per person is required at the time you make a reservation. If the booking can not be confirmed your deposit will be refunded in full. The final ballance is due 30 days prior to the commencement of your holiday and is payable by cash or internet banking. Failure to pay by due date could result in cancellation

Payment by credit card
Cash price are shown as per the price  insert. We welcome credit card payment by VISA or MASTERCARD for your convennience but owning to the bank charges we are forced to apply a 3% surcharge to every credit card transaction. 

Booking Amendments
If you alter your booking after confirmation of your reservation and amendment fee per booking will be charged to cover administration costs incurred. If you change your reservations after the holiday has commenced. Our company can not accepted any liability for loss, damage and additional expense and no refund will be made.

If we cancel your booking : if the trip is cancelled  due to natural disaster such as flooding, earthquake etc. Or insufficient participants to proceed with a tour, the operator reserves the right to cancel a trip 25 days prior to commencement. A full refund of all monies paid will be refunded. We shall endeavour to provide a suitable alternative where possible.
If you cancel your booking: Notification of cancellation will be made to our company in writing. The date when written confirmation of cancellation is received by Our Company is determine the charges applicable. Loss of money is  paid as follows:

Days before Departure

More than 30 days

14 days- 29 day

7 day s – 13 Days

6 days -4 days

3 days

Charge applicable

Loss of deposit

Forfeit 35% of the tour cost

Forfeit 50% of the tour cost

Forfeit 75% of the tour cost

Forfeit 100% of the tour cost

Disclaimer/ Responsibility
Snail Adventure tours Co.,Ltd acts as a co – ordinator for all persons taking the tour in making of all arrangements for transportation. Sightseeing and hotel accommodations.  Snail Adventure Tours Co.,Ltd does not own, manage, control or operate any supply of services. All coupons receipts and tickets are issued subject to the terms and conditions specified by the suppliers and all the services are subject to the law of the countries where the services provided.

Snail Adventure Tours Co.,Ltd acts as an agent for the owners, contractors, and suppliers of transportation and/ or other related travel provided.
Snail Adventure Tours Co.,Ltd assume no  liability for the lost or damage to property or for injury, illness or death or for any damage or claims however so caused aring directly or indirectly from accidents, loss or damage to persons or properity, delays, transport failures, strikes, wars, uprising or acts of Gods over which we have no control, the owners, contractors, ans suppliers have no responsibility if museum/ galleries etc are closed or being  renovated during  your visit
Any complaints should be communicated to the company’ staff as soon as it arises. Failure to notify our company’ staff at the time, providing company with an opportunity to rectify the cause of complaint, may result in the lost of any legal rights in respect of the particular matters.. if the issue is not solved, then the complaint should be made in writing within 28 working days of the end of the tour





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Tours Name: 15 Day - Truly Bicycle trip from Mekong Delta - Siem Reap
Tours Start: Ho Chi Minh City
Tours Styles: Multi Countries Cycling Adventure Tours
Vehicle Support: Car, Van, Pick Up Truck, Boat
Cycling distance: 955 Km
Tour cost from: $ 2823  USD/ person ( Apply for two)

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